Question 10 out of 2 pointsSome of the “isms” that took hold in early- to mid-nineteenth century America, one of the most significant, according to Howe was:
Question 22 out of 2 pointsAccording to Howe, Finney was a Arminian in his approach to personal salvation, arguing that instead of waiting on the Holy Spirit to change the sinner’s heart, people should “make themselves a new heart”:
Question 32 out of 2 pointsIn the wave of revivalism that swept over America in the first half of the nineteenth:
Question 42 out of 2 pointsAccording to Howe, the early nineteenth century temperance movement in America:
Question 52 out of 2 pointsThe Presbyterians split into:
Question 62 out of 2 pointsAccording to Howe, the Methodists in the early- to mid-nineteenth century in America:
Question 72 out of 2 pointsAccording to Howe, which states had established (i.e. state-sponsored) religions by 1815?